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Error: QML module not found (QtQuick.Window), the problem is something to do with import paths??
Damiangage last edited by Damiangage
I'm new to Qt and am trying for the first time to make a Qt Quick project, but I'm getting the following error from the default "blank slate" that I automatically get:
Line: 2: QML module not found (QtQuick.Window).
For qmake projects, use the QML_IMPORT_PATH variable to add import paths.
For Qbs projects, declare and set a qmlImportPaths property in your product to add import paths.https://snaptube.cam/ https://9apps.cam/
For qmlproject projects, use the importPaths property to add import paths.
For CMake projects, make sure QML_IMPORT_PATH variable is in CMakeCache.txt.
I get the impression the problem is something to do with path imports, but I'm not totally sure of which of the above "kinds of project" my project is (if I had to guess, it might be qmake), or how I would set the import path property for them.
I'm using PySide2 (version 5.15) in a virtual environment for this project with python 3.7.8, and as you may see from the error I'm using Linux. The code does run despite the error.
I installed Qt Creator via the online installer available from the website, but not the Qt version; I got the qt5 from the command line (through sudo apt install), and according to QtCreator's kit detection it's version 5.9.5, and it apparenely has a qmake location in /usr/lib/qt5/bin/qmake
I get the feeling this Qt version is the source of the issue somehow, but how do I solve it? I don't see the QML_IMPORT_PATH variable anywhere.